I dropped my FSA this year because I wanted more money per paycheck. Good thing too, since taxes increased. Ultimately, my paycheck only changed by $2 after taxes, so not bad. I can still put medical expenses on my taxes next year, but I usually don't have much anyway. I'd like to see my chiro for an adjustment every 6 weeks, but I don't think I'll be able to afford that on top of everything else in my life right now! I'll just have to focus on fitness and hope that is enough.
I still have nearly $180 for the hospital to pay off from the walk-in in February. Won't be able to start paying that off until at least next week. Hulky suggested tackling $25/bill every month, which is what he's doing with his medical bills (from shoulder surgery, his foot, and physical therapy). I am not sure I will be able to do that much, but we'll see.
Should be getting the tank filled soon for heating, then I'll call them and tell them not to come back! haha
Looking at my health insurance site...I'm pretty I am about $67 away from meeting my $500 deductible! Geez. I don't know what happens after that.